Nitrobenzene, with the chemical formula C6H5NO2, is a chemical compound with the identification number 7416. Whose molar mass is 123.66 g / mol. The appearance of this compound is yellowish and it looks like a smell of almonds. After freezing, it forms in the form of yellow-green crystals. Methane nitrobenzene is obtained from benzene as a precursor for the production of aniline. In the laboratory, it is used as a solvent, especially for electrophilic reactors.
Approximately 95% of nitrobenzene is used to prepare aniline, which is a precondition for the manufacture of chemical chemicals, pesticides, paints, explosives and pharmaceutical substances.
Nitrobenzene is used as a substance to reduce unpleasant odors in polishing floors and shoes, leather artifacts, solvents, paints and other materials. Recombinant nitrobenzene is used as a cheap, aromatic substance in the manufacture of soap. A Nitrobenzene special market for acetaminophen production.
Nitrobenzene is extremely toxic. And is easily absorbed by the skin. Constant contact with it can lead to damage to the central nervous system, visual alignment, liver and kidney damage, anemia, and inflammation of the lung.